samba shared in nautilus not stable
past at ebs.gr
Tue Nov 1 12:48:09 PST 2005
Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
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> Sean McNeil wrote:
> | On Tue, 2005-11-01 at 15:01 -0500, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
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> |>Sean McNeil wrote:
> |>|>From release to release I have had issues with samba shares on the same
> |>| box. I have my interface defined on one of my two nics as well as the
> |>| loopback device and I see different computers listed, but they are odd
> |>| icons and when I click on one (my server) I get:
> |>| The filename "smb-workgroup-SERVER" indicates that this file is of type
> |>| "desktop configuration file". The contents of the file indicate that
> |>| file is of type "x-directory/smb-share". If you open this file, the
> |>| might present a security risk to your system.
> |>| Do not open the file unless you created the file yourself, or received
> |>| the file from a trusted source. To open the file, rename the file to
> |>| correct extension for "x-directory/smb-share", then open the file
> |>| normally. Alternatively, use the Open With menu to choose a specific
> |>| application for the file.
> |>| Anyone know whats going on?
> |>I have a number of Samba share icons on my desktop, and I have never had
> |>a problem. This error makes me think there is some MIME or gnome-vfs
> |>corruption at work, but I couldn't tell you what's causing it.
> | I'll try reinstalling those packages. I have this feeling this might be
> | related back to the cmsghdr fiasco with amd64 as it has caused issues in
> | the past like this. I have nothing but a feeling to go by here, though.
> That doesn't make sense since that code doesn't have anything to do with
> MIME or gnome-vfs. However, there have been magic issues in the past
> with 64-bit platforms and MIME. I don't think that's the case here, but
> you might try surfing the mime-info module at http://cvs.freedesktop.org
> to see if there are any relevant fixes.
> Of course, GNOME 2.12 will be coming into the tree soon. You might want
> to see if that helps.
I've been witnessing similar symptoms for a while, too. Occasionally I
find unknown mime-type icons standing for folders, but if I leave the
troublesome directory and get back again, nautilus gets them right. I
have my hopes up for 2.12.
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